KIRK – Marion (née Spencer)Print
Our proud ‘West Australian Sandgroper’ Marion has passed. At times cheeky, stoic, loyal; always active, always asking after you and thinking about you.
Wife of Doug (dec), Mum of Judy, Ian & Helen (dec). Grandma to Tim, Damon, Rohan, Millie and Beth.
Her humour, compassion for others, and good spirits continued to shine through as she faced adversity during the last nine months.
We’ll miss everything about you, now to be always in our memories, with love – the Kirk Family
Funeral NoticeService: Thursday May 26, 2022
Family and friends are invited to attend the Funeral Service for Mrs Marion Kirk to be held at our Chapel, cnr High St & Murradoc Rd, Drysdale on THURSDAY (May 26, 2022) at 11am.
Marion's service will be Livestreamed through our website.
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Good bye our lovely friend – smiling and thinking of others until the end.
Keep smiling and rest in peace we will miss you. Helen and Lyle
Goodbye Marion, we’ll remember your welcoming smile, the long talks and always ready laughter. Rest in Peace dear friend
Trish and Rick
The President, committee and members of Portarlington &St Leonard’s RSL Sub-Branch express our sincere condolences to the family of our esteemed affiliate member Marion. RIP.
It has been my great privilege to have had the friendship of Marion and Doug for more than 40 years. Marion was a great friend and always there for me during good times and bad.
Many fond memories of past times. We had lots of laughs and drinks Marion. Rest In Peace. Our condolences to Judith, Ian and families. Bev & Reg, Paul & Karen.
Love you Aunty Marion, will always remember your cheekiness and laughter. Love elaina xx
Dear Ian & Judy
Thinking of you at this sad time as you mourn the loss of your Mother.
To Judy’s boys & especially to Millie & Beth as you mourn the passing of your Grandma Kirk so close to the passing of Pa Kirk we send you much love. xx
Grandma was as you say a cheerful, friendly person & I have beautiful memories of big family events when you were young & Marion was there. Also as you say Grandma was a fighter but is at peace now. xx
I will not be able to come to the funeral in person but my thoughts & prayers will be with you and I will join with you by watching the livestream. xx
Love & Blessings at this sad time.
Aunty Kaylene & family. xx
I remember Marion and Doug most for their warmth and great sense of humor. I was so honored when they made the trip all the way to Iceland for my first wedding and when I finally made it to Australia to visit them both two years ago I got such a warm welcome. Through the years Marion always made sure to keep in touch by sending a Christmas letter. For over 30 years she made sure we stayed in touch and when we met again I could feel I was still very much in their hearts.
Dear Ian, Judith and families, you must have so many wonderful memories of them that I hope will live in your hearts for the years to come. My thoughts and prayers are with you at this time of grief.
All my love, Margret
Often regret and wish I had an opportunity to know my Grandmother Marion more, but from the stories my mother has told us, I know what she meant to her and the rest of her family and friends. Glad to at least be a small part of keeping her memory alive and hope those who knew her best remember the best times through this process and for years to come.
When we think of all the wonderful memories we have of you Marion it brings a smile to our faces. We will miss the phone calls and lunches we had together as the “terrible 3”.
We met at Mocopan Coffee years ago and our friendship remain to this day. Now with Doug sleep peacefully love Sandra & Josie
To Judith and Ian and families my deepest condolences.
I was very sad for your family to hear of your mother’s passing.
Marion was a truly beautiful and gracious woman. She was always cheerful and caring, ready for chat. Over the years she always stayed in touch and could make you feel as if your last conversation was only last week! I’m sure all her friends will miss her.
Goodbye to Marion – the greatest, funniest Moama mop dancer we’ve ever seen. Fond memories of times gone past. Marea & Denis
To Ian, Judy and families. Thinking of you at this sad time. Trying to accept our dear friend has passed but we have comfort knowing Marion is at rest. Our love and support, not just today but always.
Liz, John and Family.
Our heartfelt sympathy to Ian, Millie & Bethany, also to Judith, David and& boys, so far away. Memories of catching up at past family celebrations, of one who was bright & cheerful and enjoyed a good time. May you rest in peace, with no more pain and back with your lifelong partner, Doug.
Lynda and Bill King – Swan Hill.
Our heartfelt sympathy to Ian, Millie and Bethany and also to Judith, David and boys, so far away. Fond memories of seeing you at family celebrations in previous years. Marion was always happy and cheerful and enjoyed a good time. Rest in peace, free from pain in the arms of your lifelong partner, Doug.
Lynda and Bill King – Swan Hill.
To Ian, Millie and Bethany, also Judy, David and boys, so far away.
Our heartfelt sympathy at the loss of your dear Mother and Grandmother, Marion. Treasure your memories of the good times you shared.
Our memories are of a happy, cheerful Marion at family gatherings in years past and someone who enjoyed a party.
Now free from pain, rest in peace with your lifelong partner, Doug.
Lynda and Bill King, Swan Hill.